Quality work is critical in anything professionals do and one highly reliable way to know "quality research" and "professional achievements" is when it is  recognized by peers and granted  accolades or awards by prestigious  organizations and committees  that are well-known to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and award innovative, original, and groundbreaking contributions/discoveries.  One original and quality work/publication, setting a new direction in research or removing a difficult barrier in the field,  when acknowledged/recognized by an independent, reliable, and anonymous panel of  peers, worth many publications.  As Charles De Gaulle said "Authority must be accompanied by prestige and prestige comes only from distance" - [Le Fil de lepee, 1934.

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Princeton Weekly Bulletin_ 1986 Chehroudi

Karl-Heinz, Muhr Und Bender, “Properties of Cold Coiled Automotive Suspension Springs From High Strength Si-Cr-V Wire” (850057)
Chehroudi Behrouz, Shih Hsiung Chen and Frediano V. Bracco, Princeton University, and Yoshiaki Onuma, Toyohashi University of Technology, “On the Intact Core of Full-Cone Sprays”, (850126)
E. G. Sweeney, Robert G. Kenny, Georg G. G. Swann, and Gordon P. Blair, Queen’s University of Belfast, “Single Cycle Gas Testing Method for Two-Stroke Engine Scavenging”, (850178)
Norman D. Brinkman and Russell F. Stebar, General Motors Research Lab, “A Comparison of Methanol and Dissociated Methanol Illustrating Effects of Fuel Properties on Engine Efficiency – Experiments and Thermodynamic Analysis”, (850217).
Berthold W. Schmacher, J. C. Cooper, Walter Dilay, Ford Motor Company, “Resistance Spot Welding Control that Automatically Selects the Welding Schedule for Different Types of Steel”, (850407)
Simon Chin-Yu Tung and James L. Linden, General Motors Research Lab, “Modeling Torque Converter Clutch Viscous Damper Performance”, (850459).
Sumio Kamiya, Hiroshi Kawamoto, Mikio Murachi, Saroshi Kato, Seiho Kawakami, and Yasumitsu Suzuki, Toyota Motor Corp., “Silicon Nitride Swirl Lower-Chamber for High Power Turbocharged Diesel Engines”, (850523)
Michael R. Hoeprich, The Timken Co., “Numerical Procedure for Designing Rolling Element Contact Geometry as a Function of Load Cycle”, (850764).
Bruce P. Selberg and Kamran Rokhsaz, University if Missouri-Rolla, “Analytical Study of three-Surface Lifting Systems” (850866).
Nobuyuki Kobayashi, Yoshiro Kimbara, Kazuo Sinoda, and Hiroshi Koide, Toyota Motor Corp., “NOx Reduction is Compatible with Fuel Economy Through Toyota’s Lean Combustion System”, (851210)
Fukashi Sugasewa, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Toshihiko Kakimoto, Yasuhiro Shiraishi, and Yoshiro Tateishi, Nissan Motor Co., Electronically Controlled Shock Absorber System Used as a Road Sensor Which Utilizes Super Sonic Waves”, (851632).
Lawrence D. Willey, Pratt & Whitney, “Aero-Mechanical Measurements of Vorticity in Fluid Flow”, (851894)

 

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